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unit: EDUC2011-2021-2 Creative Arts Education: Curriculum and Pedagogy > look in assessment tasks and submission and unit content you will find weekly tutorials at the bottom of the page in unit content. basically you only need to do 4 weeks but if you can do more thats amazing

please make sure you add relevant learning activities as this is the main piece and it must include a reference for each learning activity. Make sure it suits the topic of the week and remember to look at unit information

I finished at week 5 so from week 5 onwards so that is five weeks, week 6,7,8,9 and 10

t only goes to week 10, please look at the feedback. tutor has advised to do 4 weeks

  • I have already done so much they just need to add to it,,,roughly 700 words,,dont need tech worm,,, I can do the creative side

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Ellie Reibel – 23145120. Creative Arts Education – Diary (Assignment 3) bjshbqdjw sacj weuvibdiu23bduqb3drhsdbcjsbcmnwjd *Please note I could not finish this assignment although I still wanted to add the weekly page I created. Task 3: Creative Arts Diary EDUC2011-2021-2 (Creative Arts Education: Curriculum and Pedagogy) Announcements Task 3: Creative Arts Diary Getting Started Creative Arts 2 Assignment 3: Creative Arts Diary Contacts Important Note to students: Unit Feedback Your Arts diary can take the form of a traditional hardcopy sketchbook or it can be a digital diary. Each of these formats have their challenges, so it’s important to choose a format that not only works for you, but will be of use to you in your teaching down the track. If you choose to use a traditional hardcopy sketchbook, you will need to organise to photograph/scan each page when done and create one pdf file for submission. STUDY RESOURCES Unit Information Guide Unit Content Online Tutorial Sign Up If you choose to keep a digital diary, it will be up to you to source a platform you can use, that has easy access for your marker (e.g. a URL). Some digital examples (you could source something else, these are merely suggestions) include PebblePad, Adobe Spark, Microsoft Sway and Weebly – yes, you could build a website for this assignment if you’d like to go that way (and then it is a permanent resource for you) or simply use a pdf. Some of the online platforms allow the user to fill them with video and sound files, as well as images. However, if you do choose a digital platform for this assignment, you will not be able to ask your tutors or UA for technology help or troubleshooting, so choose something that is user friendly for you and can be accessed by your marker who doesn’t necessarily have your technological expertise. Due date: 13th September 2021, 11PM Help Sign Up for Weekend Workshop Length: 2000 words or equivalent CONNECTING The task: Discussion Board Jollaborate Ultra This assignment seeks to build a resource for your future teaching by recording class activities and developing and finding resources to support your learning. You are to build a Creative Arts Diary that has several components that must be completed for each TOPIC. At the end of the unit you will have recorded your learning activities, a collection of reflections on your learning and have included examples of resources to support each week’s learnings. You will also include a lesson idea or variation on each week’s material that you can build on at a later time. It is acknowledged that online and on campus students will vary in their responses and materials, but that’s all right because this is an individual task. ASSESSMENT Assessment Tasks and Submission You must organise your diary so that it is easy to access each week’s resources – your marker is not going to search for and audit the materials – make it easy for your marker to give you the marks. If it is disorganised you will lose marks. Grades and Feedback Here is a scaffold to follow: Academic Integrity Each week you will build your Diary around the following mandatory inclusions (keep this part of the assignment somewhere accessible for you): Assessment Policy and The task: This assignment seeks to build a resource for your future teaching by recording class activities and developing and finding resources to support your learning. You are to build a Creative Arts Diary that has several components that must be completed for each TOPIC. At the end of the unit you will have recorded your learning activities, a collection of reflections on your learning and have included examples of resources to support each week’s learnings. You will also include lesson idea or variation on each week’s material that you can build on at a later time. It is acknowledged that online and on campus students will vary in their responses and materials, but that’s all right because this is an individual task. You must organise your diary so that it is easy to access each week’s resources – your marker is not going to search for and audit the materials – make it easy for your marker to give you the marks. If it is disorganised you will lose marks. Here is a scaffold to follow: Each week you will build your Diary around the following mandatory inclusions (keep this part of the assignment somewhere accessible for you): 1. What were your learning activities in your tutorial/workshop about this week? Give details (10 in total). 2. Write or otherwise create (Draw? Collage? Poetry? Dance?) a reflection on your learning this week (10 in total). What do you think about your learning and your thinking this week? 3. Find two resources (20 in all) that would support your learning this week – yes you can use what you used in your tutorial/workshop or from the unit site – but we would prefer that at least sometimes you found something new and you will get extra marks if you do. The idea is to scoop up resources to use in the future. 4. Write a quick lesson idea or variation (10 in total) to something you learnt this week (it need only be short) – so explaining what you did week (in the first task) will be most helpful. 5. Bonus content – add something creative and fabulous and useful to this week’s diary – it could be anything (resource, a creative suggestion, a proposition, an idea – anything really) but it needs to be authentic and worthwhile. You will also get credit for aesthetics – if your sketchbook is richly visual with borders and headings and colour or just wonderfully designed; or if your website is gorgeous and elegant and creative, you will be rewarded. Let’s see if you can impress us. We really want you to have some fun with this assignment and that it is helpful as you move forward into your stellar careers as Arts experts! Task 3 – Diary submission >> View/Complete ASSIGNMENT 3 MARKING CRITERIA Assignment 3 Arts Diary Examples and Tips High Distinction Distinction Credit Pass Fail Learning Activities (25%) Reflections (15%) Comprehensive and accurate Excellent and accurate Very good, accurate Description of learning Learning activities from description of learning description of learning description of activities from tutorials, completed to a activities from tutorials. All activities from tutorials. learning activities tutorials, completed to poor standard, or not activities are included, and All activities are included, from tutorials. a satisfactory standard included in submission completed to an exceptional and completed to an Activities are standard excellent standard included to a very good standard Outstanding, high quality Excellent quality Quality weekly Satisfactory Reflections on personal weekly reflections on weekly reflections on reflections on reflections on learning were not well personal learning, which personal learning, personal learning, personal learning, considered, or were not demonstrates engagement which demonstrates which which may included in the with creativity and critical engagement with demonstrates demonstrate submission thinking creativity and critical creativity and creativity and/or thinking critical thinking critical thinking Exceptional inclusion of two Excellent inclusion of Good inclusion of Includes one and/or Includes resources in authentic, quality resources two authentic, quality two quality two resources in some activities, or to complement each week’s resources to resources to most cases to resources were not activities. Includes suitable complement each complement each complement each included in the and appropriate resources week’s activities. May week’s activities. week’s activities submission not included on the unit site include appropriate May/ may not resources not provided include resources on the unit site not provided on the unit site Outstanding lesson variation Excellent lesson variation Good lesson Lesson variation Lesson variations included to each week’s included to each week’s variation included to included to majority inconstantly included, or learning learning each week’s learning lessons. not included in submission Resources (15%) Lesson Idea/Variation (15%) Bonus Idea (10%) Exceptional inclusion of authentic, appropriate well- considered bonus material No inclusion of bonus material Aesthetics (10%) Outstanding presentation of Visual Diary/website which includes aesthetic consideration, form, function, and creativity Visual Diary/website has not been aesthetically considered or aesthetic qualities are not included in submission Excellent inclusion of Inclusion of Attempt at inclusion appropriate and well- appropriate bonus of bonus material considered bonus material material Excellent presentation of Good presentation Presentation of Visual Visual Diary/website of Visual Diary/website has which includes aesthetic Diary/website which been attempted consideration, form, includes aesthetic function, and creativity consideration, and/or form, and/or function, and/or and creativity Visual Diary/website is Visual Diary/website Visual Diary/website is well organised, accessible is mostly well organised, and and easy to read, organised, accessible readable containing containing all required and easy to read, majority or aspects information containing majority required information of required information Well organised and Visual Diary/website is accessible (10%) extremely well organised, accessible and easy to read, containing all required information Visual Diary/website is disorganised, and/or difficult to read or organisation was not included in the submission So read what I put in feedback as well as original markers feedback. Choose at least 4 topics to redo that show a mix of art forms. So 1 dance and 1 drama etc etc. so you show all. Make sure you show the learning activities from tutorials and content. And then complete all areas required. YouTube video task explainer has more info if you haven’t watched that from week 1. Needs to show you have engaged with each topic and applied it to how you would teach it. Important Note to students: Your Arts diary can take the form of a traditional hardcopy sketchbook or it can be a digital diary. Each of these formats have their challenges, so it’s important to choose a format that not only works for you, but will be of use to you in your teaching down the track. If you choose to use a traditional hardcopy sketchbook, you will need to organise to photograph/scan each page when done and create one pdf file for submission. If you choose to keep a digital diary, it will be up to you to source a platform you can use, that has easy access for your marker (e.g. a URL). Some digital examples (you could source something else, these are merely suggestions) include PebblePad, Adobe Spark, Microsoft Sway and Weebly – yes, you could build a website for this assignment if you’d like to go that way and then it is permanent resource for you) or simply use a pdf. Some of the online platforms allow the user to fill them with video and sound files, as well as images. However, if you do choose a digital platform for this assignment, you will not be able to ask your tutors or UA for technology help or troubleshooting, so choose something that is user friendly for you and can be accessed by your marker who doesn’t necessarily have your technological expertise. Due date: 13th September 2021, 11PM Length: 2000 words or equivalent The task: This assignment seeks to build a resource for your future teaching by recording class activities and developing and finding resources to support your learning. You are to build a Creative Arts Diary that has several components that must be completed for each TOPIC. At the end of the unit you will have recorded your learning activities, a collection of reflections on your learning and have included examples of resources to support each week’s learnings. You will also include a lesson idea or variation on each week’s material that you can build on at a later time. It is acknowledged that online and on campus students will vary in their responses and materials, but that’s all right because this is an individual task. You must organise your diary so that it is easy to access each week’s resources – your marker is not going to search for and audit the materials – make it easy for your marker to give you the marks. If it is disorganised you will lose marks. Here is a scaffold to follow: Each week you will build your Diary around the following mandatory inclusions (keep this part of the assignment somewhere accessible for you): 1. What were your learning activities in your tutorial/workshop about this week? Give details (10 in total). 2. Write or otherwise create (Draw? Collage? Poetry? Dance?) a reflection on your learning this week (10 in total). What do you think about your learning and your thinking this week? 3. Find two resources (20 in all) that would support your learning this week – yes you can use what you used in your tutorial/workshop or from the unit site – but we would prefer that at least sometimes you found something new – and you will get extra marks if you do. The idea is to scoop up resources to use in the future. 4. Write a quick lesson idea or variation (10 in total) to something you learnt this week (it need only be short) – so explaining what you did this week (in the first task) will be most helpful. 5. Bonus content – add something creative and fabulous and useful to this week’s diary – it could be anything (resource, a creative suggestion, a proposition, an idea – anything really) but needs to be authentic and worthwhile. You will also get credit for aesthetics – if your sketchbook is richly visual with borders and headings and colour or just wonderfully designed; or if your website is gorgeous and elegant and creative, you will be rewarded. Let’s see if you can impress us. We really want you to have some fun with this assignment and that it is helpful as you move forward into your stellar careers as Arts experts! In consultation with the Course Co-ordinator and to support your learning in the unit, your work which has been deemed a fail is now offered a chance for resubmitting and these are the conditions You will need to review the unit content including the task video clip and announcements to ensure ALL parts of the diary are completed to satisfactory standard You will need to complete ALL week’s entries as you have currently not completed all topics Show engagement with online material and tutorials through the reflections and completion of each week’s diary entry in order to show you have covered all areas and art forms and can apply the activities to these areas discussed throughout the unit. Your resubmission will need to be submitted by email to Erin Parrey by Sunday 3rd October at 11pm for Important Note to students: Your Arts diary can take the form of a traditional hardcopy sketchbook or it can be a digital diary. Each of these formats have their challenges, so it’s important to choose a format that not only works for you, but will be of use to you in your teaching down the track. If you choose to use a traditional hardcopy sketchbook, you will need to organise to photograph/scan each page when done and create one pdf file for submission. If you choose to keep a digital diary, it will be up to you to source a platform you can use, that has easy access for your marker (e.g. a URL). Some digital examples (you could source something else, these are merely suggestions) include PebblePad, Adobe Spark, Microsoft Sway and Weebly – yes, you could build a website for this assignment if you’d like to go that way and then it is permanent resource for you) or simply use a pdf. Some of the online platforms allow the user to fill them with video and sound files, as well as images. However, if you do choose a digital platform for this assignment, you will not be able to ask your tutors or UA for technology help or troubleshooting, so choose something that is user friendly for you and can be accessed by your marker who doesn’t necessarily have your technological expertise. Due date: 13th September 2021, 11PM Length: 2000 words or equivalent The task: This assignment seeks to build a resource for your future teaching by recording class activities and developing and finding resources to support your learning. You are to build a Creative Arts Diary that has several components that must be completed for each TOPIC. At the end of the unit you will have recorded your learning activities, a collection of reflections on your learning and have included examples of resources to support each week’s learnings. You will also include a lesson idea or variation on each week’s material that you can build on at a later time. It is acknowledged that online and on campus students will vary in their responses and materials, but that’s all right because this is an individual task. You must organise your diary so that it is easy to access each week’s resources – your marker is not going to search for and audit the materials – make it easy for your marker to give you the marks. If it is disorganised you will lose marks. Here is a scaffold to follow: Each week you will build your Diary around the following mandatory inclusions (keep this part of the assignment somewhere accessible for you): 1. What were your learning activities in your tutorial/workshop about this week? Give details (10 in total). 2. Write or otherwise create (Draw? Collage? Poetry? Dance?) a reflection on your learning this week (10 in total). What do you think about your learning and your thinking this week? 3. Find two resources (20 in all) that would support your learning this week – yes you can use what you used in your tutorial/workshop or from the unit site – but we would prefer that at least sometimes you found something new – and you will get extra marks if you do. The idea is to scoop up resources to use in the future. 4. Write a quick lesson idea or variation (10 in total) to something you learnt this week (it need only be short) – so explaining what you did this week (in the first task) will be most helpful. 5. Bonus content – add something creative and fabulous and useful to this week’s diary – it could be anything (resource, a creative suggestion, a proposition, an idea – anything really) but needs to be authentic and worthwhile. You will also get credit for aesthetics – if your sketchbook is richly visual with borders and headings and colour or just wonderfully designed; or if your website is gorgeous and elegant and creative, you will be rewarded. Let’s see if you can impress us. We really want you to have some fun with this assignment and that it is helpful as you move forward into your stellar careers as Arts experts!

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